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The Perfect Kiss - New Order - Substance (CD)

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  1. "The Perfect Kiss" is a single by New Order. It was the first New Order song to be included on a studio album (Low-Life) at the same time as its release as a single. The vinyl version has Factory catalog number FAC and the video has the opposite number, FAC
  2. Feb 21,  · This is why events unnerve me, They find it all, a different story, Notice whom for wheels are turning, Turn again and turn towards this time, All she ask's.
  3. For any New Order fan this CD will cover all the bases. This band has stood the test of time since when I first heard Blue Monday. Check out the track listing: Disc: 1 1. Ceremony 2. Everything's Gone Green 3. Temptation 4. Blue Monday 5. Confusion 6. Thieves Like Us 7. Perfect Kiss 8. Subculture 9. Shellshock State of the Nation 11 /5().
  4. The Perfect Kiss Bass - New Order, version (1). Play The Perfect Kiss Bass using simple video lessons.
  5. Nov 28,  · Today we unveil the results of Round 5 of our Slicing Up Eyeballs readers’ poll series, a ranking of all songs released by electronic-rock pioneers New Order, from their emergence in from the ashes of Joy Division up through the current post-Peter Hook era.. A little refresher: We asked readers to vote for up to 25 of their favorite songs recorded by New Order, choosing from a.
  6. Feb 12,  · Substance captures the 12" mixes of the classic New Order singles (mostly off-album), scattered around the band's discog like bolts from above. Great moments - fast synth line on "Everything ", beats and bass on "Blue Monday", refrain on re-recorded "Temptation", and the smashing peak of "The Perfect Kiss"/5().
  7. While the album itself stands as one of New Order's best, the release of all of New Order's 12" singles makes up 's Substance, including "Perfect Kiss" in its remixed state, and it's just as worthy (if not slightly better) than the original.
  8. May 13,  · New Order's 9th single. Released as 7" and 12". It is the first New Order single to be included on a studio album at the same time. The song has some famous musical elements, e.g. frogs croaking and, at the end of the track, some bleating of (synthesized) sheeps. The single peaked at #46 in the UK charts/5().

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